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Sangwani Munthali still in Namibia

Gospel musician Sangwani Munthali is still in Namibia finalising his third album titled Ndipulumutseni.

The musician left the country last year for Namibia to record his third album having been out of the scene for some time.

Speaking in a telephone interview from Namibia on Thursday, Sangwani said the whole album will be finalised today and that thereafter it will be sent to South Africa.

“It’s been hard work since I came last year but we are finishing everything by Friday (today) and then it will go to South Africa for mastering,” said the singer.

He said he is expected back home on January 20.

“I am excited with this album, I have enjoyed working on it although it was tough and I hope people will love the songs,” he said.

The musician admitted that he has been out of the limelight for sometime but said the long break was worth it.

“It’s been sometime since I held live performances but sometimes it’s good to take your time. But I am still around and music is still part of me,” he said.

The singer came to the limelight having released his debut album Mahomwa Ya Fumu.

Many people appreciated his music and likened him to legendary Mtebeti Wambali Mkandawire.

He then went on to release his second album titled Themba which did not do well on the market.

Meanwhile the musician will launch the album in March starting off with Bingu International Conference Centre in Lilongwe on March 4 before moving to Robin’s Park in Blantyre on March 6 with the last show on March 12 at Grand Palace in Mzuzu.

The musician said he has worked with a blend of professionals in the album. He has also shot the music videos of the songs in the album in Namibia

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